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Optimize Opportunities for Raising Capital

In the world of raising capital, securities offerings are a primary tool for businesses to attract and raise capital. Complex rules govern these capital raising transactions. They also directly impact a host of other critical corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, stock buybacks and tender offers, employee benefits, and new venture formations.

Capital School is recognized globally for its expertise in helping businesses and entrepreneurs navigate the complexities of securities offerings and capital markets transactions. They use underlying legal frameworks to best optimize the capital raising process.

Unraveling Securities Complexity to Propel Growth

Since the groundwork for federal securities registration was first laid with the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Act of 1934, additional legislation and regulation have been introduced. Combined with individual state blue-sky laws and the rules of self-regulatory organizations such as the NYSE and FINRA, they have converged to produce an array of potential public and private securities offering traps and opportunities. Each comes with ever-growing complexity.

The team at Capital School (and the attorneys they collaborate with) help unravel that complexity for sponsors, business owners, and entrepreneurs seeking capital and financing. This also includes investment banks and placement agents. From the earliest stages of the decision-making process, their goal is to ensure that those they work with receive informed, cost-effective, and actionable answers regarding even the most intricate securities-related transactions.

Among the types of securities offerings that they are familiar with and engage with on a regular basis are:

  • Offerings exempt from registration and Regulation D

  • PIPE transactions (in both equity and debt markets)

  • Regulation A and CF offerings

  • Offerings of both debt and equity

Let’s connect and explore how Capital School can help you effectively navigate the course for a successful capital raise.

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